The annual UK-Ugandan focused trade and investment summit is back on Saturday 10th Sept 2022 in London UK.

The Ugandan Convention – UK now in its 12th year, promotes trade and investment between Uganda and the United Kingdom.  UCUK gathers prominent industry leaders, investors and ministers from the UK and East Africa to forge new business deals, invest in bankable projects and reinforce economic relationships between the UK and Uganda, including the East African Community.

·         Date: 10 Sept 2022

·         Venue: Park Plaza London Riverbank, 18 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TJ

UCUK is known to introduce cutting edge businesses and investment opportunities to those keen to expand their reach and activities in Uganda, and East Africa.

High profile speakers include Rt. Hon. Anne-Marie Trevelyan – Secretary of State for International Trade and President of the Board of Trade, Lord Popat – UK Prime Minister’s envoy to Uganda, DRC and Rwanda and many other ministers and prominent industry leaders. 

Packed with expert advice, knowledge, world leading speakers and suppliers, the Convention stands as the most important summit for businesses looking to set up overseas operations in East Africa (Uganda). 

The targeted sectors for this trade summit include: Oil and Gas and Renewable Energy. (The agenda will also include identifying new projects and greenfield investments in oil and gas after announcement of the FID); Agribusiness; Banking and Finance, Venture Capital – Financial Technology (Fintech); Infrastructure, Transportation and Real Estate; Mining and capital equipment; Manufacturing, Construction materials; Health, Medical sectors; Consumer products, Import and Export.

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For info: Willy Mutenza, Chairman | Mob: +44 78 68 85 59 51   M: 07790647089


The Convention 2022 will therefore highlight key aspects of the following thematic discussion areas:

  • What are the key opportunities available when venturing into this highly lucrative space?
  • What strategies, techniques and tools needed to succeed doing business in Uganda
  • The role of Ugandan women in sustainable economic development
  • Bilateral trade arrangements between UK and Uganda
  • The role of Ugandan Asians in UK, Diasporas in the development of Uganda
  • Increasing UK’s exports and attracting UK investment into Uganda
  • Agribusiness in Uganda; food security and value addition
  • Case studies and challenges doing business in Uganda

The focus on these issues will help provide a wider platform for stakeholder participa­tion and emphasize the critical issues in each area.

The objectives of the conference are:

  • To promote and facilitate international trade between Uganda and UK.
  • Create a platform for trade, business and investment between Uganda and Europe (UK) and promote and facilitate access to trade opportunities in Uganda (East Africa) for Ugandan and European (UK) investors, including one-to-one meetings
  • To maintain a dialogue with business organisations who can promote trade opportunities in Uganda, including the Federation of Small Businesses, Chambers of Commerce, the Institute of Directors, the Confederation of British Industry and the City of London.
  • Promote Ugandan exports and identify export opportunities, so that the export earnings close the gap with the import demand and promote the transformation of Uganda from a current consuming nation into a producing nation. We will also engage closely with the Ministry of Finance and Investment Authority in Uganda for advice and information.
  • Encourage investments in the key sectors, i.e., education, health, infrastructure, agriculture, housing, sports, tourism and many more.
  • Seek investment opportunities in public and private organizations within Uganda, the United Kingdom and Europe and inform Ugandans in the Diaspora about such opportunities

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The convention participants will be able to:

  • Meet and network with African and UK professionals marketing goods for global markets
  • Market your services and products to delegates and visitors on the day
  • Meet business leaders to discuss the major developments, challenges and success stories
  • Gain a competitive advantage over competitors, broadening your marketing strategy
  • Network with like-minded businesses
  • Develop business partnerships with potential business partners both in the UK and abroad
  • Meet potential investors in order to identify funding options
  • Explore new markets for products and services
  • Identify reliable suppliers

We offer authoritative insight on development trends and opportunities in Uganda.

We have always taken pride in the fact that UCUK forum brings together experts, business leaders, professionals and representatives from prominent organisations based in Uganda, the UK and beyond.

For any further information please contact:

Willy Mutenza, Chairman | Uganda Convention-UK | WhatsApp M: (+44) 7790 647089 | Office Line: (+44) 207 237 7317 
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